Monthly Archives: January 2014

Funny British Adverts That Give Super Bowl Commercials a Run for Their Money

While Brits in the U.K may not be taking part in the Super Bowl, they do have some bragging rights when it comes to some extremely clever and entertaining commercials.

Brit Binge Watching: Five Kate Winslet Films You Can View Online

Kate Winslet has been out promoting her new film Labor Day, which hits cinemas today, January 31. She plays a single mom whose life is interrupted when she helps a wounded man (Josh Brolin) who turns out to be an escaped convict and he ...

Five Songs That Contributed to the Moral Decay of Great Britain

Are you feeling naughty? Feeling like crossing a few boundaries, breaking a few taboos? Well it’s practically the weekend, why shouldn’t you?

WATCH: Who Wants To See Tom Hiddleston Play Thor?

It’s not fair. Every day, it seems that Tom Hiddleston is either doing something interesting or did something interesting a while ago that we’re only just getting to hear about.

Brits Spent More Than $1 Billion at the Movies in 2013

Even with the proliferation of video games, online streaming and various other newfangled forms of entertainment, Brits still like going to the cinema.

‘Back to the Future’ Heading to the West End

The 1985 film classic Back to the Future is heading to London’s West End in 2015, celebrating its 30th anniversary, reports BBC News.

Dame Helen Mirren, What Are You DOING?

Here’s an idea for next year’s Academy Awards, when you give out your best actor trophy, or best soundtrack for that matter, why not demand that the lucky winners do a quick round of charades before they can get their hands ...

10 British Things About San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX is topped up with history and culture, known for the Alamo and its current day Riverwalk. The vibrant city is visited by 28 million tourists annually, according to the San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau.

How Do You Like THESE Apples? 10 Of Britain’s Best

Warning: this has been written by someone who, until a couple of hours ago, thought there were four basic sorts of apples – green, red, pie and sauce. Apparently there are over 7,500, so some of the terminology may be a little off ...

WATCH: Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon on ‘Trip to Italy,’ Celebrity Reactions to Their Impersonations

These are good times for Steve Coogan. The film Philomena, which he co-produced, co-wrote and stars in opposite Dame Judi Dench, recently picked up four Oscar nominations, including one for his screenplay.